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. vice president marshall: director hicks, i am moved by a couple of datapoint. 102 last pending cases is a measure of your ability to clear cases, rather than getting more or less complaints. it looks as though there is another significant drop in the number of complaints we have gotten, year to date. 30 last year, and 90 two years ago. is that correct? >> it is correct the pending cases are attributable to investigators moving the cases, as well as the complaint filed continuing to drop. what happens is when investigators have an extremely high caseload, it is harder to close cases. or when crisis -- when cases are closed, they may be closed with not as thorough an investigation as they needed to get. vice president marshall: what assists me -- indulge me as the new commissioner. what assists me in addressing my concern, or my happiness -- if there are less complaints coming in, if the community knows that can go to occ -- it appears you are out in the community, and people are aware, and we are seeing a drop in compliance. my question would be what you attribute that to. gd>> i att
, please. >> commission presidents reports. vice president marshall: the president has nothing to report, because he is not here. commissioner kingsley: i went to the central district station program from 5:00 to 8:00. i arrived a little after 7:00. it was at the academy of arts. interesting venue. very hospitable. must have been a very efficient program, because they were already wrapping it up. i actually missed the highlights of it. but i understand the attendance was about 80. the folks were pleased with the turnout. that is all i have to report. commissioner chan: i also went to national night out. i went to the caravels station -- the taravel station , the park by the freeway. it is a community i do not go to very often, so it was great to go there. the turnout was really big. they have lots of food, a long line of families for the barbecue, and there was a jumping castle. there was a deejay. there was a basketball game. it was really lively. it was exciting to see a whole community out there, and very diverse. african american and asian were the predominant attendees. it was grea
. vice president marshall: i guess that comes to -- >> yes, i am constrained by the time limits. we were given a limited time to sleep -- to speak. commissioner: what i am getting, from what i've seen and accommodations that i have read and the packet that we have, there are a number of combinations. -- of accommodations. you have 25 years? >> 25 years. commissioner: i want to be really clear with you that an officer that has served in the way that you have served for 25 years, who distinguished himself by making it to the ranks of the homicide division, too, until this body, and i can speak as a former prosecutor, that it is ok to wait six days when there is an open homicide case to serve a search warrant where there is evidence that could help solve that crime is really hard to figure out given your statement that you met concerns about the search warrant, so i would like to hear from you. i2 about whether you are really making that argument before the commission that it was ok in your experience, in your 25 years experience on the force, that you just got around to it in six days, tha
at your mercy. vice president marshall: 4 inspector lee? all right, thank you then. deliberations. thank you. >> for the record, you have a quorum. excuse me? we are ready when you are. are we on? >> chief? chief suhr: nothing to. -- no thank you. >> it says we are live. >> our screens are on. >> we are back in session. you have a quorum. >> john alden, for the department. >> inspector frank lee, representing myself. vice president marshall: the commission has deliberated. specification number 1 is sustained by a vote of 4-1. with regard to specification number two, the specification is not sustained, by a vote of 5- 0. with regard to specification number three, the specification is not sustained, by a vote of 5-0. with regard to specification number four, the specification is not sustained, by a vote of 5-0. with regard to specification number five, the specification is sustained, by a vote of 5-0. 1 and 5 are sustained. two, three, and four are not sustained. you wanted a moment to talk to the chief. i believe you asked that? we can stop for a moment and allow you to do that. >> please
motion to dismiss for insufficient evidence. are we hearing that also? vice president marshall: i want to do these first. if there is nothing else, we will go into closed session and rule on these, and we will call >> commissioners chan, kin gsley, and turman. >> inspector frank lee, representing himself. >> the motion to request 13 additional investigative interviews is denied by a vote of 5-0. the second motion, to review and correct the hearing transcripts, is denied by a vote of 5-0. we just want to note that the commission has received the errata sheet. we will proceed to the next motion, the motion to dismiss for lack of evidence. you have five minutes, inspector lee. >> i submitted this motion to dismiss the charges, based on the fact that this case did not rise to the level of preponderance of evidence. that is one of the reasons why i submitted it. basically, this case stems from the fact that i had to fight to get into the homicide unit, and i complained publicly to the police commission, and made several appearances before the police commission, and complained about the
argument did not commit -- did not meet department standards, dr. marshall, gave a second opportunity which i believe was an unfair advantage, because i had already submitted my written closing argument. we were entitled to another five pages. hopefully, you guys have read through all of that. to go over in the search warrant -- this is an illegal search warrant to begin with. this is a student journalist that was best friends with a homicide victim. he was at the scene. he witnessed this person getting killed. he invoked the shield law in talking to me and my partner. two tenants of the unit insisted on doing a search warrant. i told them the only way we would get this thing was through voluntary cooperation. commissioner turman: you are arguing your case. i think i understand where you are going. i just wanted to make sure i have the procedural understanding. >> i still have a little bit of time left. i know i did not use my five minutes. i would like to cover the rest of it. vice president marshall: i do not want to to argue the case. how much time? >> 3 minutes and 16 seconds. he has a
appointments to the army was general george marshall. marshall found out very early what was like to deal with roosevelt very dominant personality he had been warned about how to handle fdr but in the early cabinet meeting where roosevelt presented a plan for enlarging the nascent air force at that period. marshall thought he was getting over to quickly and stood up and said no that's not the way to go. now marshall's, redds and farms formed him that this is a good way to get yourself assigned to the position and go on. [laughter] but, fdr regarded yes men as a diamond doesn't come in and he was a jury impressed by the way that general marshall stood up to him. general marshall in effect becomes roosevelt's oak tree the end of the war. now, everybody -- let me mention one other point of marshall because roosevelt had a conviction that he could seduce anybody with his charm. when he's dealing with george marshall he starts undressing him as george. the displeasure is evident on his face and thereafter throughout their association he's general marshall. everybody assumed that when the time
protection, the toughness, they remind me so much of each other, brad, it's mind-boggling. i asked marshall last night we're going to do a package comparing you to ray rice, do you mind that? he sell, mind it? he's one of my favorite players in the game right now. that's a compliment. >> brad: he'll get the carry, slipped a bit, and then he's put down after a pickup of four. clock ticking under the nine-minute mark. ray rice, 13 rushes, eight catching, all in the first half. >> mike: kind of interesting that both ray rice and marshall faulk were coached by another running back with a similar style, who i used to love watching in philadelphia. there he is, wilbert montgomery. >> brad: play action, flacco, rolls to throw, an completes it. it's going to be a first down. jacoby jones a pickup of 11. they'll move the sticks. >> mike: that was all about jacoby jones coming back to the football, because there was good coverage on the edge. a veteran receiver coming all the way back. it's a deep comeback. look at him running away from patterson. joe flacco recognizes it. that play can't work unless
>> as you all know, the german marshall fund vehicle very kind to provide us with this -- has been very kind to provided us with this opportunity to have four of their european experts in bicycle planning, bicycle implementation and bicycle programs and they are experts on all aspects of the bicycle. and here in san francisco, you know, we are at this point trying to after a hiatus of three years because of court-ordered injunctions trying to implement our bike plan. so we all a collective goal, i believe, to increase the environmental and nick sustainability of the world around us that we participate in and especially in san francisco, but we do have a special responsibility because this place provides us with the opportunity that most other places don't. the geometry and geography of san francisco is up that it is easier for us being in a city of short trips to veil ourselves to other alternatives to the car. so when we want to reclaim the street and the public right-of-way and the public realm for people and basic human needs of access to the humanities that urban environments p
. 46-year-old richard marshal. chp officer told me they are running blood tests on him. trying to figure out if he was understand the influence. the officer tells me marshal was placed under arrest for a short time so they could do the blood draw and release him back to the to the hospital. his pickup truck hit a tree and he had a trailer with the speed bet and that flu into the creek bed. he suffered a broken neck in the crash. we went to the ross valley fire department and were not able to get anyone who could talk with us on camera about the accident. >> the chp officer confirmed to me they did get early indications it may have been a dyou i crash. >> do -- dui crash. >> all i can say, there was a person at the scene who tee ticketed a slight owed tore of alcohol coming from the driver. by that time, the driver had been transported to marin county hospital. because we had reasonable suspicion, we placed him under arrest so we could get a blood sample from him. >> he remains in the hospital. he underwent surgery and the ross valley battalion chief was interest at the hospital
. originally i introduced the hearing that looked specifically at the drop out rates at marshal, thurgood marshall and burton high school both of which have a number of students from the southeastern neighborhoods. in particular i want to do better, in particular i want to have a better understanding of how the school district tracks high school drop-out rates and how those at thurgood marshall and burton high school compare with other schools throughout the city. now, collectively we as a city and as a school district and more importantly as a community, we need to do better to ensure that the academic success of all of our students, particularly those coming from vulnerable communities who we see time and time again disproportionately struggling in our public schools. and i'm looking to the school board members to decrease that struggle. i'm hoping this hearing will yield a creative solutions and tangible steps that we can begin to take to subsequently address these challenges. i believe that these two hearing items share many common things and i look forward to the presentations today.
is now closed on this item. dr. marshall. >> vice president marshall: i want to make a comment -- >> [inaudible] >> dr. marshall. >> vice president marshall: i don't know how it came about that it was misconstrued what was going to happen tonight but we will be clear exact -- i'm sorry, we will make every effort to be clear about what exactly is agendized next time we have a report by the commission. because it was not -- it was misrepresented for some reason. we'll make every effort to be clear on what this process really happens the next time we have. because i understand the next time we have 60 days, we're going to have another one then. we will be very clear as to what happens -- what is going to happen that evening because apparently some of you were confused about you we'll do our best to make sure it's clear. >> excuse me, sir. you may not speak unless you're up to the podium and at the appropriate time. we're not allowed to engage the community unless they're in fact even during public comment we're not allowed to do it, unless of special circumstanced. >> general publ
out and 14% still engaged. * latinoses at thurs owe good marshal and burton, those were pulled out, specific schools we want to shed light on statistics for, thurgood marshall 38% overall graduation rate, 5% still engaged with the school in some fashion. at burton 68, drop-out 22, still enrolled 9. for african-american state graduation rate of 62.8. the district pretty much on par with that rate. at marshall, you see it a bit, a few percentage points higher than that. and burton actually has been enjoying a bit of or a greater succession than the district average, 82.6%. but still with the 17.4 drop-out rate. so, here you see sort of a comparison from 09-10 to 10-11. so you can see there how that graduation rate has improved in a one-year difference there in our state from 74 to 76% and the district from 77 to 82%, which is a 5% improvement at burton from 78% to 78.9, just slight increase, but at marshall, 75.6 has increased to a 77.8% graduation rate. so, since we're talking graduation, it's hard to separate that from the actual requirement. so, the board adopted a through g requi
marshall. she is out this month with a critical acclaim memoir called uts.other was no we are glad to have joined us. a conversation with penny marshall, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: i am pleased to welcome any martial back to this program. she has written a funny memoir about her life and career entitled "my mother was nouts." at herake up look back life in jail. >> it very, very good. -- about her life in film. >> there are no holes. thanks. ♪ >> are you crying? >> no. >> are you crying? are you crying? there is no crying. there is no crying in baseball. ♪ tavis: you look at one of the episodes of laverne and shirley, the bowling ball episode, and you knew that was the second episode. how
, these magentas right around marshall, that's hail. they've had hail in them all day. we have eyewitness reports of hail. we'll zoom into this storm just north of 50 pretty close to midburg around leetown and st. louis road. that's big time possibly damaging hail as this storm pulls off to the north and the east. we will come back, talk about when they'll clear our area and if they'll affect the ravens game. again severe thunderstorm watch until 11:00. >>> we've got more breaking news tonight at 7:00. the california man behind that anti-muslim film that sparked deadly protests all over the world has been arrested. nakoula basseley nakoula was picked up on a probation violation. in 2010 he was quicked of federal check fraud. he's been -- convicted of federal check fraud and he's been in hiding since his film the innocence of muslims sparked the violent protests. the film depicts muhammad as a womanizer, fraud and child molester. >>> the nfl regular refs are back. a tentative deal has been reached ending the lockout that started in june. that is especially good news for the ravens. they've got a g
of maryland. 72 degrees at b.w.i. thurgood marshall, warmed up quite a bit from our low this morning of 51. we expect it to maintain that even as we get into the afternoon. a lot of sunshine as we get into the afternoon hours. we will still be in the mid-70's as we get towards the evening hours. expect a lot of clear skies to the next several days. we will have details in a few minutes. >> coming up, a woman becomes the victim of arson, and baltimore city charges >> a baltimore woman remains homeless today after losing her house to arson. thef that isn't bad enough, city is billing hurt thousands for demolishing her house. >> i am going to stand my ground. i own this land, i am a taxpayer, and i'm a united states citizen. >> when she doesn't stay with family or friends, she calls this camp home. >> it is not the best of comforts, but i don't want to be a burden on other people. >> in february 2011, someone set fire to her home. the city tore down her house and sent her a bill. >> i watched my life go up in flames. >> tonight at 11:00, what the city says about demolishing the home she lived in
's exactly what d like, a cop show. >> she watched murder suspect anthony taglioneti. >> federal marshal on the top of him. >> reporter: investigators say they spotted him in the car while on patrol. d don. >> out of the vehicle and on the ground. >> reporter: what was your reaction seeing that in your nay w boar hood? >> it was something. >> reporter: he's smt suspected murder of keith reed. law enforcement believes it may have been a love triangle. >> i don't know. the guy lost it. >> just before his capture this evening, the u.s. marshal service warned that he had firearms and training 234 t ini marines. >> will you ever forget today? >> no. . >> reporter: why not? >> it was exciting. >> reporter: well, a lot of folks tell me that they will never forget today. as for antny ta grksz lionetti, they will eventually turn him over to new york law offers. n >> police are on the hunt for this man. it happened in silver spring this afternoon. the man grabbed the boy outside claiming to be a police officer. a mcdonalds security officer jumped in. >>> a student faces charges in a fight at a foo
; 47, dulles; 35, bwi-thurgood marshal. martinsburg, 52 miles an hour wind gusts, fort belvoir, 49 and 39 at the air base. and the wins are strong across the region and highs in the 90s, upper 80s and some unstable air mass and that is some cooler air. 68 at reagan national airport; 63, gaithersburg and hagerstown and to fredericksburg at this hour. the mid-atlantic, and 67 in boston and 64 in new york and look at the 50s here. the temperatures a big drop. the northwesterly wind
. >> worth sticking around for. >> penny marshall is here. she's going to tell us about her upbringing, what was crazy! her book is entitled "my mom was nuts." >> but so is she. it will be good. it's going to be really good. >> love her. love her. i want to personally thank everybody for your best wishes yesterday and for al and matt at the box office yesterday. >> i was surprised when they walked out with their tickets. >> i was blown away by that. i want to thank all our facebook fans, because your wishes mean the world to me. thanks, everybody. guess where our sarah is today. >> where? >> why are you drinking that when you spent your whole evening debached on some rooftop drinking cucumber martinis. >> at the peninsula hotel with high school friends. a cucumber martini is so good! anyway, that's the group of us. we had fun. and now i'm feeling it. this is a peach one -- or pears. who cares? let's talk about -- >> sarah is at ohio state. we have on our big competition about which college has the best spirit, and so she's been -- yesterday she was at syracuse. today she is in columbus, ohio
the conference, roosevelt picked eisenhower to demand the invasion. the job was marshall if he wanted it, but with characteristic self as a plan, marshall declined to express an opinion when roosevelt asked, and at that point fdr said simply it would be eisenhower. eisenhower was roosevelt's first choice, really, in the d-day invasion. by that point, she had three major amphibious operations under his belt. he was experienced leading the courses. the old story that roosevelt did not sleep with marshall out of washington was still in that was put on it in order to save marshall space buy not getting the command position. ike and roosevelt met one morning in january, 1944, when eisenhower visited washington. they thought alike, they got along marvelously, except on a question of charles de gaulle. roosevelt hated de gaulle and he knew he was essential and outmaneuvered the president which very few people have ever done. now, my text for to this lecture on eisenhower is the letter that ike wrote to his brother, editor, when ike was president in 1955. edgar was one of his older brothers. pol
happens to be our own german marshall fellow. honorable davis chiu. [applause] >> good morning. it is a real pleasure for me to be here for a number of reasons. first of all, a couple of years ago i was honored to be part of a group of american policy folks that was invited under the german marshall foundation to go to europe and to meet with policymakers in brussels and other points in europe to share ideas that we had from the united states. and it was a remarkably fruitful exchange and i think many of us that went on that trip brought back ideas to the united states that we are trying to legislate here locally. i'm also excited to see all of you here in part because some of you know, i'm one member of the board that doesn't have a car, that rides my bicycle many days of the week -- [applause] >> and like all of you, i think we are remarkably excited about the fact that the bike plan is moving forward, the fact that today is the start of the trial on market street, the fact that we are really moving our city's biking agenda forward. and i think with those of our friends from
'll get it done. >> let us know mow we can help. >> dr. marshall. >> vice president marshall: i want to thank you for working hard and get this report out to clear up in he misconceptions and working with all these different agencies, and try to categorize them in a way that's equitable and fair for everyone. so i thank you. >> well i appreciate that. but i'll tell you the reason the department has e-mail and a web base server is because of director giffen. and reason that we can now do the race and ethnicity reportin repot we can do is because she puts this stuff through like maybe nobody else, in it any other department in the city. >> that's very nice. thank you. >> just hold all the other city departments. >> anything further for -- anything further for director giffen? thank you very much. please call line item 3(b). >> line item 3(b), occ director report, recent review of activities, monthly comprehensive statistical reports and compendium reports for january 1, 2012 through august 2012 and january 2011 through august 2011. >> thank you for being here this evening. i know you h
-old richard marshall veered off novato boulevard just before 7:00 a.m.. they say his truck rolled and slammed into a tree. the boat ended up in a creek and firefighters were called to extract the driver with the jaws of life. he was semi conscious and transimportanted -- transported to the hospital. >> we can't say alcohol is a factor. we are looking into it as an option. >> police say marshall suffered spinal injuries and needed surgery. the accident happened on a curve that has been the scene of previous fatal accidents. >>> authorities say a bomb threat that forced the evacuation of the hayward courthouse was a hoax. the alameda county sheriff office says someone called the courthouse about 9:30 this morning claiming there was a bomb. police evacuated dozens of people from the hall of justice while they searched. no bomb was found and everyone was let back in after about an hour. >>> we are live in san francisco where the district attorney's office is warning the chinese community about another scam. we'll tell you what thieves are after. >>> last week of summer already feeling like fall.
the influence. nevada boulevard stafford lakes before 7:00 a.m.. authorities say 46-year-old richard marshall veered off the road, rolled and slammed into a tree. the boat ended up in a creek and firefighters had to use the jaws of life. police say marshall suffered spinal injuries and needed surgery. >>> golden gate briblg officials announced today that a big change is coming. starting in december the bridge will convert to all electronic toll taking. officials say the change will alleviate traffic congestion and save $19 million over eight years. drivers will have three choices, use the fastrak system or buy a one-time ticket across the bridge. the bridge district says it will try to offer 32 toll takers other positions in the agency. >>> a new art display will illuminate the bridge in a never before seen way. for the past two decades bay bridge has in light at night. consumer editor report it is view at night is about to change dramatically. >> this light looming other the city will soon get an amazing facelift. >> why this additional layer, i think it can bring technology, afrt, and reall
on facebook and twitter. why shop t.j.maxx and marshalls? one. you get all the awesome brand names. two. you get them for less than department stores, and that's awesome. three. she'll think you look stylish and awesome. four. you'll actually be awesome, which is awesome. t.j.maxx and marshalls. two awesome ways to score. >>> in 1998 john traveled to mexico to bring us the story of a series of killings along mexico's boarder with the united states. was a serial killer stalking women just south of el paso. >> this desert has become known as the dumping ground for women's bodies. about 20 murdered women have been found here. and it is here that mothers come to search for their missing daughters. >> very few of the bodies are found by police. most are discovered by locals. he brings his goats out here everyday to graze. he says he found four bodies this year. the day after this interview, a volunteer search group looking for missing women, found a skull in the desert. no one is sure of the identity or if any of the victims are americans. twice police said they sought the killers and declared th
state marshals are trying to find a person of interest at the time of the fires. the fire was set in the bathroom. anyone with information is urged to call the state fire marshal's office. >>> a man charged in the stabbing death of a 25-year-old in es, over the weekend. christopher wolf is charged with mirs degree murder for the death of daral lovet, jr. he was arrested at the scene. they were acquaintances and he's being held without bail. >> tonight the democrats kicked off their national in charlotte, north carolina. >> the most popular star of the party, first lady michelle obama. >> reporter: tonight first lady michelle obama, brought down the house. her speech was personal. she spoke about the president's values and judgment during challenging times. >> we didn't have much in the way of material possessions but they had given us something far more valuable. their unconditional love. >> reporter: mrs. obama said to keep the country moving forward, they need to give her husband four more years. for the first time, more women disapprove of the president than approve. he's down
may want a light jacket here. 60 at reagan national. 48 at dulles. bwi marshal, 53 degrees. another cool start to the day. should be a beautiful afternoon. high temperature a little warmer than yesterday in the low 80s, but a dry wednesday in store. more details on the forecast. we'll take a sneak peek for the weekend. >> if you are traveling eastbound along 66, delay coming out of manassas all the way to 286 coming towards the exit at fairfax county parkway. no problem leaving the annex. there you go. you read my mind, just a little to the right there going towards the capital beltway. no incident to report. combination of sunshine and heavy traffic. turks brad. >>> we'll update the rides elsewhere. maryland, accidents activity along the northbound stretch of route 5 and, of course, coming out of waldorf, an accident. poplar hill road. 210, lives stop road plus marshall. a new crash reported. this is northbound 5 after allentown road. again, fire rescue units are on route. that's the check of morning traffic on fox 5. >>> new this morning, a 16-year- old is shot in the district. i
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unique program out in the state so joining us marshall westin and the director of communications or marketing i should say sarah cunningham. >> this nice program called dine out maryland, tell me about it. >> at the restaurant association, we know marylanders love to go out to eat. in the month offer september some the sports season is ramping up and it is one of the slower time or the year for the restaurant in city. we were thinking of ways to help remind people to patronize our restaurantings and that is where the dine out maryland came from. we know that everyone loves a discount so we kind of came up with some ingenious way toss make the dine out maryland program a reason for people to go out to eat and support our restaurants. >> tell us how it works. >> the program has two components to it so there is the savings components and a contest component. >> the savings works where any participating restaurant offers a 20% discount to diners for september and diners must visit our dine out maryland.com website to download the coupon and then to make the event a little more fun to
it is. >> and big-box retailers like sears and k-mart offering relaxed layaway plans. marshals, tj maxx and a host of others, too. >>> in d.c. today, coming up on the news edge, checking in with laura evans. where dr. oz's 15-minute physical. >>>y that adding excitement to their jobs, dancing while moving traffic along. in georgia, they're assigned to traffic duty in charlotte. democratic convention. they're having fun keeping them same. same. heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break. forward for america? this message. . >>> 15 minutes is all it takes to change your life. the message of dr. oz's free 15- minute musical opportunity he's sign hundreds of patients and that is where we find laura evans in northwest tonight. >> reporter: it was a bustling radio. i can tell you that. the garbage cans, evidence of all of the medical supplies used earlier today. it was a very enlightening day for hundreds of people, 800 to be exact who came through this room today. dr.
to northern virginia, is in custody. u.s. marshals say the man that the authorities were looking for in the killing of a school superintendent is off the streets. the murder happened last friday in buffalo, new york. anthony taglianetti was tracked down in shenandoah county, virginia. richard reeve is covering this story, and he is live in strasbourg virginia. >> we are at the very edge of the george washington national forest. this is where it is believed the suspect was trying to make his escape. it was here, and remote fort valley road area, near strasburg, where u.s. marshals captured anthony taglianetti during a traffic stoppe. >> that would not surprise me. >> as recently as friday afternoon, taglianetti was the focus of a nationwide manhunt wanted for the murder of a 51- year-old local school superintendent in western new york state. the authorities believe that taglianetti traveled to new york and killed reed friday night. the motive? the police call it a personal matter. >> it sounded like gunshots. then male voices. >> neighbors say that reed and taglianetti's wife had
was further to the north and west. at the do you i marshall, those morning showers totaled eight hundredths of an inch. -- at bwi marshall, those morning showers totaled eight hundredths of an inch. 8 above normal on the afternoon high temperature. it will not be as chilly tomorrow morning as a was earlier this week. more like this morning. temperatures in the 50's. 75 at the naval academy in annapolis. warm and muggy. scattered showers. the not be surprised if you hear some overnight thunder. shoppers are generating on the edge of cool air. fall in full force. action in high temperatures in the low 50's in michigan. -- afternoon high temperatures in the low 50's in michigan. the front was moving slowly to the south earlier. now potentially stationery. another nudge tomorrow. it will slowly works its way into our region. it is moving so slow, it will take a few days. there will be a chance for a shower to pop up. tomorrow, kind of like today. maybe a little more cloudy. warm and muggy. these showers popping up could impact the ravens came tomorrow evening. friday, scattered showers. the wee
be a marshall, a sky marshall with a gun. i could have been shot. if i just say no, you have no right to stop me, that could easily in my mind be considered a provocation, the they would feel they have just cause to physically stop you even when they can't. >> we reached out to the tsa and they said they do have broad legal authority and that if someone chooses not to comply they could monitor that person, decide if they're a threat and involve law enforcement if necessary. >>> the blue cross of mn had mn launched a campaign this week to educate people about obesity and child obesity. >> you know my dad can eat three huge cheese burgers this big. >> for my dad that's a snack. >> every boy has that conversation with his friends. >> my dad can eat 500 corn dogs. >> one day i'll be able to eat twice that. >> and ends with today is the day we set a better example for our kids. there's another video. ♪ >> these ads are effective or too much? >> i think they're effective. if this is how you're shopping at the grocery store or eating that much food out at the fast food restaurant, your kid is going t
in san francisco and the region. in part due to the support and resources. marshalled by mr. haring ton, city funded projects hire local workers and unite lied local contractors: business enter tried tried for puc project. >> now, this commission thereby congratulates from harening ton, staff, and p*ux, for your leadership of this agency, and forward thinking. [applause]. (people were reading from letters). [applause] >> i suppose we should do that. so moved. >> seconded. [laughter]. >> and by acclimation, i adopt it. >> [inaudible] .). thank you. okay. and we have several people who want to adds their voices to that, and we should start with mr. thomas, thank you for your patience. >> good afternoon. mr. harrington, we would like to thank you for your leadership, your aability to mentor and lead your staff in this community. first of all, when we embarked on the water system in the region, mr. harrington leaded charge for preapprentices. we went through many zip codes, making sure there's state law for apprentice unite lie station, which includeed preapprentice programs. today
, please. >> president mazzucco? >> present. vice president marshall. >> he is in route, i can see that he has tried to contact me twice. >> commissioner dejesus? >> excused. >> commissioner chan? >> present. >> commissioner kingsley. >> present. >> commissioner oftus is in route. and with us tonight is the chief of please and the director of the fcc. >> thank you, and welcome to the september 19th. san francisco police commission meeting, please call line item number one. general public comment. >> the public is now welcome to address the commission on items that do not appear in the agenda but are in the subject matter of the commission. the speaker shall address to the commission as a whole and not to individual commission. under the police commission rules of order during the public comment, commissioners are not to respond to the public or make a right of response. the police and personnel should refrain from entering into discussions during the public comment. please limit your comment to three minutes. >> public comments? >> san francisco, open government. on the overhead, i sent y
at dulles as we start out and 75 degrees at bwi sure good marshall. we are talking about a hot day today. be prepared. frontal system will move its way through during the course of the next 24 hours or so. another one well to the west of us. it will set us up for hot weather. we'll so a mixture of sun and clouds. tomorrow, pretty much the same story. we'll see the humidity stick around as well. be prepared for that. as we move into the course of the weekend, things start to take a little bit a change. a chance of seeing some storms popping up over the course of saturday and sunday. get out today and tomorrow and enjoy it. 90degrees for today. light winds, a little bit on the humid side. it will be sticky. 74degrees tonight, partly cloudy with light winds. storms will be kicking up by the time we hit saturday and sunday. good news is, beginning of next week, take a look, we get the cooldown that sarah wants as our temperatures head back to the 70s. not bad at all. >> sarah, sarah, sarah, why does it always have to be about what sarah wants. >> as long as i'm happy, wear all happy. >> a g
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